The following events are taking place nationwide for National Brain Awareness Week March 16th to 22nd
Want to get involved in organising your own event?  Simply email  with the details to have it included on our online calendar.

Brain Two Day Conference

Online Event

The BRAIN Two Day Conference will feature a wide range of fantastic speakers from around the globe, who will deliver teaching talks and research presentations in a wide range of neuroscience disciplines. This conference will take place on March 4-5th and be fully online.

Chairs leading the sessions - Dimitri Kullman, Masud Husain, Anne Rosser, David Sharp, Olga Ciccarelli, Mary Reilly, Peter Goadsby, Paul Fletcher, Annette Schrag and Nick Wood.

Music, Dementia and Positive Ageing

Online Event

Live streamed event showcasing research on positive ageing and dementia through the medium of music.

Register for this March 15th (7pm) FREE event HERE

The event has been organised by the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance at the University of Limerick, in association with the Irish Chamber Orchestra, Ageing Research Centre and TIMBRE, and is funded by the Irish Research Council.

NAI Online Launch for Brain Awareness Week 2021

Online Event

National Brain Awareness Week 2021 takes place from March 15th to 21st and the theme is 'Promoting Access to Services' for people with neurological conditions.

SAVE THE DATE: To kick start the week NAI will be hosting an online launch event on Monday March 15th 2021. More details will follow over the next few weeks, on all of our social media pages and on the dedicated website

ARBI: Recovery and Rehabilitation in the Community

Online Event

Alcohol Related Brain Injury (ARBI) Recovery and Rehabilitation on the Community

March 25th 2021 (10am to 3pm)

For more information, please contact Paul Martin at

Leonard Cheshire Virtual Conference

Online Event

Leading disability charity will stage a virtual conference on March 25th 2021 to explore needs and develop models of service provision for people living with an alcohol-related brain injury (ARBI) in Ireland.

This conference will bring together top clinicians, health professionals, policymakers and organisations in Ireland working across a wide range of fields such as addiction, mental health, neurorehabilitation and homelessness.